AUSTRALIAN folk favourite and ARIA award-winning vocalist Kavisha Mazzella enjoys exploring musical boundaries.
That’s exactly what she’ll be doing at Arts Space Wodonga when she leads today’s annual Wodonga Council Big Sing group singing workshop and performs in a Murray Music Club concert tomorrow alongside violinist Matthew Arnold.
The founder and conductor of Melbourne’s Italian women’s choir La Voce Della Luna (The Voice Of the Moon), Mazzella is well-known at folk festivals in Australia and abroad for her original songs, such as Invisible Indivisible, and albums including Fisherman’s Daughter, which won a 1998 ARIA for the best traditional-folk-world music album of the year.
She recently recorded the Italian folk album called Riturnella to be released before the end of this year.
To take part in the Big Sing, which starts at 12.30pm, or to book for tomorrow’s concert, phone The Cube on (02) 6022 9311.